Aldershot goalkeeper Mikhael Jaimez-Ruiz returns for the visit of play-off rivals Rotherham.

The Venezuelan missed the 1-1 draw at Macclesfield on Saturday due to a one-match suspension but he may have to make do with a place on the bench after replacement Jamie Young saved a penalty at the Moss Rose.

Anthony Charles is fit again after a groin strain but Andy Sandell remains out with a hamstring injury.

Manager Kevin Dillon has seen his side climb into the play-off places but has hinted that changes are likely against the Millers.

He said: "We've got a big game on Monday and there will have to be changes.

"The changes will be for fitness reasons. You shouldn't have to play two games in three days in certain positions so I will be making changes."

Rotherham boss Ronnie Moore looks set to hand a start to youngster Abdulai Bell-Baggie.

The 17-year-old striker impressed after coming off the bench in Saturday`s 2-1 defeat at Port Vale and is now expected to be rewarded by Moore.

The Millers will again be without defender Dale Tonge who continues his ongoing battle with a foot injury.

And Moore is calling on his side to be fearless and get at the Shots when they visit the Recreation Ground.

"The game will be a massive challenge, they are a very strong, direct team like Port Vale were and we will have to cope with that better than we did on Saturday," Moore told the club`s official website.

"We need brave hearts now, get out there, roll our sleeves up and be brave and attack them. Hopefully we can get the ball down the wings and cause them problems."

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